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It was a sad day for me when Alligator Alley in Oakland Park, FL shut the doors. I have so many fond memories – playing into the morning hours, rockin’ the stage with Kilmo, Bob, Jeff…all of Kilmo’s warrior staff…Ray, Ed, Alice…I miss Susie with her razor-sharp intuition…knowing exactly what and when to come to […]

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Thanks to all of our  friends in Hattiesburg, MS who came out last night to make the debut show of Brian Stoltz & the I-12 AllStars a great success.

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Brian Stoltz is proud to debut his new group “The I-12 AllStars” in the Birthplace of Rock ‘n Roll, Hattiesburg, MS Feb.6 @ The Bottling Company. The new group consist of veteran Louisiana musicians Jimmy Messa (the Subdudes), Harrell “Boomer” Bosarge (Vince Gill, Delbert McClinton) and Tommy Chadwick (JJ Muggler, Freddy Fender). The new group […]

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Brian performs at the Hard Rock Cafe in Las Vegas with Moksha and DJ Logic. When:  Saturday, Dec. 5, 2009 Doors @ 8PM Show @ 9PM Where: Hard Rock Cafe on the LAs Vegas Strip near the MGM Grand Tickets: $12 available at-  http://www.ticketweb.com/t3/sale/SaleEventDetail?dispatch=loadSelectionData&eventId=657705

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Thanksgiving was approaching. I was in my mid-teens – maybe 16 or 17. I remember my mother saying, “I’m not cooking a turkey this year – I’m not going through all that trouble”. What? No! This can’t be.  How can you have Thanksgiving without turkey and oyster dressing? No leftovers to make sandwiches for the […]

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Promotional videos for the songs “You Can Never Die” and “All That Binds”, from the next studio release, tentatively titled “Fast Changing World,” are in the planning stages. Taping will begin in October and additional videos are expected from the 2010 album. Information on directors, release date and where they will be featured to be […]

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It’s always a pleasure to add to the family of players and even more so to have the honor to offer a new Signature slide by someone as great as Brian Stoltz. From the Neville Bros to the Funky Meters, to PBS with George Porter Jr. and Russell Batiste, this guy is and will always […]

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